It’s time for our Annual Community Clean Up!
Mark your calendar, sign up, and please plan to join us on Wednesday, September 25th from 8-11am to help Beans & Bread do our part towards a cleaner, safer community!
Together with new and long-time partners, we aim for this to be an “all hands on deck” way to bring the local community together to strengthen our neighborhood and promote the mission of Beans & Bread.
We hope you, your family, friends, and coworkers will join us for a day of service! We will be providing breakfast, t-shirts (to the first 70 people!), supplies, and the opportunity to give back to our community.
All are invited!
*Please sign up by Wed, 9/18 so we can plan for breakfast and tshirts*
Schedule for the day:
8:00-8:30am- Registration and breakfast at 1411 Gough Street
8:45-10:45am- Community walk and clean up
10:45-11:00am-Tool return and farewell
**Beans & Bread is a comprehensive day resource program that offers a complete range of supportive services designed to help individuals attain stabilization and self-sufficiency. Services are client-centered and focused in four core areas: housing, employment, health, and recovery. Life-sustaining, low-barrier services include meals, day shelter, showers, laundry, and mail and phone services. Higher level services include case management, housing placement, employment services, basic health services and medical referrals, and recovery support and treatment referrals. Beans & Bread employs best practices in engaging those impacted by homelessness and poverty and to help ensure they have the skills and resources to reach their full potential.**
When & Where
St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore
St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore is a leading provider of community services to people suffering from the effects of hunger, homelessness, and poverty in Baltimore, Maryland.
Each year, over 50,000 people are helped through our comprehensive services that have a singular focus: To help build better futures for those who are struggling in poverty.
Helping people escape poverty requires a broad scope of services that reach people at their level of need. We help individuals and families with basic needs, such as food, clothing, and shelter that sustain and stabilize. We also help people regain their self-sufficiency and achieve better futures through transitional and permanent supportive housing, educational services to children and youth, and occupational skills training and job placement.